MINELRES: CfP: International Conference on Language and Law, Ireland, 14-17 June, 2006: second circular

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Original sender: Joseph-G. Turi <academyturi@attglobal.net>


Please find enclosed the English [and French] version of the Second
Circular concerning the Tenth International Conference on Language and
Law, "Language Law and Language Rights: The Challenges of Enactment and
Implementation", which will take place on the campus of the National
University of Ireland, in Galway, Ireland, from June 14th to June 17th,
2006.
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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF LINGUISTIC LAW
ACADEMIE INTERNATIONALE DE DROIT LINGUISTIQUE

Galway, Ireland, and Montreal, Canada, September 15th, 2005

"LANGUAGE LAW AND LANGUAGE RIGHTS: THE CHALLENGES OF ENACTMENT AND
IMPLEMENTATION"

Galway, Ireland,  from June 14th to June 17th 2006    

CALL FOR PAPERS
Second Circular  (for immediate release)

The Tenth International Conference on Language and Law of the
International Academy of Linguistic Law - LANGUAGE LAW AND LANGUAGE
RIGHTS: THE CHALLENGES OF ENACTMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION - will take place
from June 14th to June 17th 2006 (Wednesday-Saturday), in Galway,
Ireland in co-operation with Acadamh na hOllscolaiochta Gaeilge (the
Academy for Irish-medium Studies), the Irish Centre for Human Rights and
the Dept. of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.  The Conference
will be held on campus at the National University of Ireland, Galway. 

The working languages of the Conference will be Irish, English and
French.

The Scientific Committee of the Conference is formed by Prof. Bill
Schabas, Dr. Joshua Castellino, Joe Mac Donnacha, Dr. Peadar O Flatharta
and Donal O Riagain (Ireland) and Profs. Denise Daoust, Angeline Martel,
Andre Braen, Joseph-G. Turi and Jose Woehrling (Canada).

For more information concerning registration, accommodation and to send
abstracts of proposed papers, please contact directly as soon as
possible the Galway Committee at the following address: 
iall-confer@nuigalway.ie tel.: 00 353 91 495217; fax: 00 353 91 495568.

A copy of each abstract must also be sent to the Canadian Committee at
the following address: IALL-AIDL; suite J-4; 6000, chemin Deacon;
Montreal (Quebec); Canada H3S 2T9. E-mail: academy.all@attglobal.net; 
website: www.iall-aidl.org; tel.: 1+ (514) 345-0718; fax: 1+ (514)
345-0860.

Abstracts of papers (200-400 words) should be sent before December 31,
2005. The topics of the conference shall include:
- Linguistic rights and legislation.
- Language rights in the constitutions of the world 
- Language Planning and Human rights
- The politics of languages and rights
- Linguistics rights as third generation rights 
- Multilingualism and linguistic rights - The right to language
diversity 
- Indigenous languages and minorities rights 
- Linguistic minorities, lesser use languages, endangered languages and
human rights 
- Language rights before the courts and the law
- Language rights in education
- The language of law

The registration fee (in euros) is 150 for participants registered
before 31 January 2006 and 200 for participants registered after that
date. The fee for students will be 100 and 150 respectively.


Joseph-G. Turi
Secretary-General / Secretaire general
International Academy of Linguistic Law
Academie internationale de droit linguistique
 
suite J-4 / bureau J-4
6000, chemin Deacon
Montreal (Quebec) - Canada  H3S 2T9
 
tel.: +1 (514) 345-0718
fax / telec.: +1 (514) 345-0860
e-mail / courriel: academyturi@attglobal.net
website / site internet:
www.iall-aidl.org

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